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How do you change out the factory Headlight bulbs out of your 1999 Ford Expedition Eddie Baure 5.4 Liter?

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Hope I can explain this properly........ Lift the hood, position yourself in front of the bad headlight. See the black plastic shroud that covers the radiator, it runs the width of front of the engine compartment? See that little cutout in the black plastic? The cutout is in the plastic, directly above the headlight. There's an identical cutout above each headlight. Theres a little lever in the cutout, pull that lever straight up, that will release the entire headlight assembly.

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